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Title of the Position:

Fraud Operations Analyst

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg West Rand

Salary:

Market Related

Minimum Requirements:

Matric plus a University Undergraduate Degree – B.Comm/ B.Acc/ LLB/ BSC (Essential). CISA/CISM qualification (Preferable). Minimum 1 year of experience in a complex, technology-oriented industry, a good appreciation of telecommunications technology, at least 1 year of working knowledge with internal control and governance systems and environments is essential as well as at least 1 year of data analytics experience. Must have standard desktop systems training – Microsoft Office applications. Telecommunications technology training and Audit training would be advantageous. Flexible working hours – ability to work overtime when required. Must have a drivers licence and own transport as well as the ability to work effectively in an open plan office environment.

Basic Technical Competencies:-

  • Audit and Assurance – Control Design
  • Audit and Assurance – Planning
  • Audit and Assurance – Control Evaluation
  • Data Management and Analysis – Data Appreciation and Design
  • Data Management and Analysis – Information Extraction Techniques
  • Data Management and Analysis – Data Modelling and Manipulation
  • Technology Appreciation and Application – Network
  • Technology Appreciation and Application – Information Systems
  • Operations Management – Control Operation Efficiency
  • Operations Management – Control Output Interpretation
  • Operations Management – Problem Solving
  • Operations Management – Decision Making
  • Reporting and Measurement – Report Design and Modelling
  • Reporting and Measurement – Reporting Operational Effectiveness
  • Reporting and Measurement – Decision Support and Reporting Communication
  • Project and Change Management – Project Planning and Design
  • Project and Change Management – Project Delivery
  • Project and Change Management – Change Management and Assurance
  • Finance and Accounting – Financial Accounting
  • Finance and Accounting – Management Accounting

Key Responsibilities:

  • To improve revenues and profitability through the complete assurance of revenues and minimization of leakage.
  • To support the operations infrastructure for the performance of Revenue Assurance controls within the organisation.
  • To support the performance of the control environment in an effective and efficient manner.
  • To support the incident management process relating to revenue and cost-impacting issues within the organisation.
  • To support overall Revenue Assurance Shared Service operational performance and interfaces to customers (operations).

Strategic Planning:-

  • Provide input into Revenue Assurance strategy aligned with the overall organisation Strategy.
  • Aid the dissemination of the RA strategy with stakeholders and colleagues from across the Business.

Operational Framework Planning:-

  • Engagement with the organisation’s Group RAFM Centre of Excellence to understand the risk and control framework for the organisation’s RA operations.
  • Working with the Group RAFM COE (Centre of Excellence) to provide input into new control design required for operational implementation.
  • Support of the process for implementation, ensuring:
  • Vendors or internal delivery teams are monitored in the delivery process.
  • Requirements are clearly defined and agreed.
  • Solution design is informed.
  • Testing is performed.
  • Implementations of the controls is achieved in terms of time and quality.
  • Input to planning the execution of the operational framework, ensuring budget, time and capacity considerations are balanced with stakeholder and customer needs.

Operations Infrastructure Planning and Deployment:-

  • Understand the industry trends in relation to Revenue Assurance operations infrastructure and performance.
  • Support for the Shared Service infrastructure implementation, ensuring timeliness and quality needs are understood and met.
  • Ongoing enhancement of the Shared Service infrastructure to ensure existing and future operations needs are met.

Operational Framework Management:-

  • Awareness of the control operation schedule, incorporating stakeholder needs, risk levels, resource capacity and available time.
  • Undertaking of the control performance of the Shared Service Centre, ensuring:
  • Timely receipt of data from all source systems.
  • Validation of the accuracy and completeness of data from all source system.
  • Control execution per the agreed schedule.
  • Analysis of control results to identify exceptions.
  • Root cause analysis to identify issues and incidents.
  • Management of the suppliers, customers and stakeholders in the performance of operational controls to ensure service levels are achieved and managed.

Operational Incident Management:-

  • Support of the incident management process for responsible operations, including escalation management. This includes:
  • Issue analysis, confirming the nature and impact of the incident.
  • Logging of the issues in the prescribed manner, format and system.
  • Quantification of the leakage risk relating to the incidents identified.
  • Management of the incident resolution workflow, ensuring local operations have taken responsibility for resolution.
  • Escalation and communication of the impact of the issues to Group and local management and executives.
  • Oversight of the incident resolution, ensuring service levels have been met.
  • Incident resolution and closure management, including final quantification and benefits identification.

Technology Management:-

As a customer of Revenue Assurance technology, responsibilities include:

  • Involvement, as key customer in the specification, evaluation, design and implementation of technologies.
  • Support of interface with RAFM Technical Assurance management.
  • Involvement in configuration, product changes in requirement definition, solution acceptance, testing and implementation.
  • Support in vendor management relating to performance of the vendor and solution.

Continuous Improvement:-

  • Input of operational improvements required to reduce and mitigate risks identified.
  • Engagement with key stakeholders in the review and agreement of improvement motivations.
  • Support for improvement delivery, ensuring timeliness and quality standards are met.
  • Ongoing support of internal improvement roadmap to ensure a cycle of review and improvement exists within the team.
  • Support for control gap closure, control quality and risk reduction improvement delivery.
  • Reporting of improvement results and residual risk levels.

Stakeholder Management:-

  • Support for the framework development for the supply and performance of services from and to these customer and stakeholders.
  • Supporting operational relationships with management within these customer and stakeholder communities to ensure performance is regularly reviewed, improved and managed.
  • Assist Fraud Management with investigations where required.
  • Highlight any findings to Fraud that requires Fraud to investigate.

Audit Management:-

  • Awareness of audit supplier expectations in relation to audit plans and approach.
  • Providing audit support provided to auditors during the performance of the audit.
  • Review and input to audit findings, ensuring an optimal outcome for the organisation.
  • Support for prompt and effective issue resolution and closure.

Revenue Assurance Governance Process:-

  • Support the education of internal customers on the role of RA – through the RA Governance forums - and how they may contribute.
  • Implement action points related to Revenue Assurance Governance forums.

Reporting:-

  • Monitor and maintain the accuracy of reports that measure revenue streams.
  • Prepare monthly RA Operations operational reports and give input into the overall RA monthly reporting.

Creativities:-

  • Deploy and redeploy resources in the most effective way - identify innovative ways to use minimum resources to achieve maximum outputs.
  • Make continuous improvements at system, process and procedure level.
  • Identify and exploit new opportunities to grow the business further.
  • Encourage continuous service improvement.
  • Proactively seek information on business issues, particularly outside the Revenue Assurance unit which may impact on the unit.
  • Assist in the creation of a revenue responsible organization, to be alert for revenue leakage, over-billing and revenue maximizing opportunities.
  • Maintain cross-functional end-to-end understanding of the business and understand all relevant systems and ensure that revenue leakage is monitored.
  • Automate and stream-line processes and procedures, and continually improve these.
  • Understand the impact of risks on other areas of the businesses and pre-empting problems that may arise. Be able to propose appropriate solutions.
  • Find creative ways to report on and present information to the business.
  • Identifying and rectifying system deficiencies and internal control weaknesses.
  • Maintaining an in-depth understanding of the technical environment in which RA operate.
  • Evaluate and utilise internal and industry control frameworks to ensure that a broad, relevant set of controls exist as a basis for application.
  • Contextualise existing cultural, political and competency norms within the organisation to develop appropriate operational practices in a standardized manner.
  • Build and utilise contacts to optimise performance, overcoming data, skills and priority constraints.
  • Establishing the most effective and efficient performance processes for operational performance within the organisation’s operating environments.
  • Ensuring that seamless and efficient integration of controls into a standardized technology environment exists within RA Group domains.

 

Title of the Position:

Revenue Assurance Operations Analyst

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg West Rand

Salary:

Market Related

Minimum Requirements:

Matric plus a University Undergraduate Degree – B.Comm/ B.Acc/ LLB/ BSC (Essential). CISA/CISM qualification (Preferable). Minimum 1 year of experience in a complex, technology-oriented industry, a good appreciation of telecommunications technology, at least 1 year of working knowledge with internal control and governance systems and environments is essential as well as at least 1 year of data analytics experience. Must have standard desktop systems training – Microsoft Office applications. Telecommunications technology training and Audit training would be advantageous. Flexible working hours – ability to work overtime when required. Must have a drivers licence and own transport as well as the ability to work effectively in an open plan office environment.

Basic Technical Competencies:-

  • Audit and Assurance – Control Design
  • Audit and Assurance – Planning
  • Audit and Assurance – Control Evaluation
  • Data Management and Analysis – Data Appreciation and Design
  • Data Management and Analysis – Information Extraction Techniques
  • Data Management and Analysis – Data Modelling and Manipulation
  • Technology Appreciation and Application – Network
  • Technology Appreciation and Application – Information Systems
  • Operations Management – Control Operation Efficiency
  • Operations Management – Control Output Interpretation
  • Operations Management – Problem Solving
  • Operations Management – Decision Making
  • Reporting and Measurement – Report Design and Modelling
  • Reporting and Measurement – Reporting Operational Effectiveness
  • Reporting and Measurement – Decision Support and Reporting Communication
  • Project and Change Management – Project Planning and Design
  • Project and Change Management – Project Delivery
  • Project and Change Management – Change Management and Assurance
  • Finance and Accounting – Financial Accounting
  • Finance and Accounting – Management Accounting

Key Responsibilities:

  • To improve revenues and profitability through the complete assurance of revenues and minimization of leakage.
  • To support the operations infrastructure for the performance of Revenue Assurance controls within the organisation.
  • To support the performance of the control environment in an effective and efficient manner.
  • To support the incident management process relating to revenue and cost-impacting issues within the organisation.
  • To support overall Revenue Assurance Shared Service operational performance and interfaces to customers (operations).

Strategic Planning:-

  • Provide input into Revenue Assurance strategy aligned with the overall organisation Strategy.
  • Aid the dissemination of the RA strategy with stakeholders and colleagues from across the Business.

Operational Framework Planning:-

  • Engagement with the organisation’s Group RAFM Centre of Excellence to understand the risk and control framework for the organisation’s RA operations.
  • Working with the Group RAFM COE (Centre of Excellence) to provide input into new control design required for operational implementation.
  • Support of the process for implementation, ensuring:
  • Vendors or internal delivery teams are monitored in the delivery process.
  • Requirements are clearly defined and agreed.
  • Solution design is informed.
  • Testing is performed.
  • Implementations of the controls is achieved in terms of time and quality.
  • Input to planning the execution of the operational framework, ensuring budget, time and capacity considerations are balanced with stakeholder and customer needs.

Operations Infrastructure Planning and Deployment:-

  • Understand the industry trends in relation to Revenue Assurance operations infrastructure and performance.
  • Support for the Shared Service infrastructure implementation, ensuring timeliness and quality needs are understood and met.
  • Ongoing enhancement of the Shared Service infrastructure to ensure existing and future operations needs are met.

Operational Framework Management:-

  • Awareness of the control operation schedule, incorporating stakeholder needs, risk levels, resource capacity and available time.
  • Undertaking of the control performance of the Shared Service Centre, ensuring:
  • Timely receipt of data from all source systems.
  • Validation of the accuracy and completeness of data from all source system.
  • Control execution per the agreed schedule.
  • Analysis of control results to identify exceptions.
  • Root cause analysis to identify issues and incidents.
  • Management of the suppliers, customers and stakeholders in the performance of operational controls to ensure service levels are achieved and managed.

Operational Incident Management:-

  • Support of the incident management process for responsible operations, including escalation management. This includes:
  • Issue analysis, confirming the nature and impact of the incident.
  • Logging of the issues in the prescribed manner, format and system.
  • Quantification of the leakage risk relating to the incidents identified.
  • Management of the incident resolution workflow, ensuring local operations have taken responsibility for resolution.
  • Escalation and communication of the impact of the issues to Group and local management and executives.
  • Oversight of the incident resolution, ensuring service levels have been met.
  • Incident resolution and closure management, including final quantification and benefits identification.

Technology Management:-

As a customer of Revenue Assurance technology, responsibilities include:

  • Involvement, as key customer in the specification, evaluation, design and implementation of technologies.
  • Support of interface with RAFM Technical Assurance management.
  • Involvement in configuration, product changes in requirement definition, solution acceptance, testing and implementation.
  • Support in vendor management relating to performance of the vendor and solution.

Continuous Improvement:-

  • Input of operational improvements required to reduce and mitigate risks identified.
  • Engagement with key stakeholders in the review and agreement of improvement motivations.
  • Support for improvement delivery, ensuring timeliness and quality standards are met.
  • Ongoing support of internal improvement roadmap to ensure a cycle of review and improvement exists within the team.
  • Support for control gap closure, control quality and risk reduction improvement delivery.
  • Reporting of improvement results and residual risk levels.

Stakeholder Management:-

  • Support for the framework development for the supply and performance of services from and to these customer and stakeholders.
  • Supporting operational relationships with management within these customer and stakeholder communities to ensure performance is regularly reviewed, improved and managed.
  • Assist Fraud Management with investigations where required.
  • Highlight any findings to Fraud that requires Fraud to investigate.

Audit Management:-

  • Awareness of audit supplier expectations in relation to audit plans and approach.
  • Providing audit support provided to auditors during the performance of the audit.
  • Review and input to audit findings, ensuring an optimal outcome for the organisation.
  • Support for prompt and effective issue resolution and closure.

Revenue Assurance Governance Process:-

  • Support the education of internal customers on the role of RA – through the RA Governance forums - and how they may contribute.
  • Implement action points related to Revenue Assurance Governance forums.

Reporting:-

  • Monitor and maintain the accuracy of reports that measure revenue streams.
  • Prepare monthly RA Operations operational reports and give input into the overall RA monthly reporting.

Creativities:-

  • Deploy and redeploy resources in the most effective way - identify innovative ways to use minimum resources to achieve maximum outputs.
  • Make continuous improvements at system, process and procedure level.
  • Identify and exploit new opportunities to grow the business further.
  • Encourage continuous service improvement.
  • Proactively seek information on business issues, particularly outside the Revenue Assurance unit which may impact on the unit.
  • Assist in the creation of a revenue responsible organization, to be alert for revenue leakage, over-billing and revenue maximizing opportunities.
  • Maintain cross-functional end-to-end understanding of the business and understand all relevant systems and ensure that revenue leakage is monitored.
  • Automate and stream-line processes and procedures, and continually improve these.
  • Understand the impact of risks on other areas of the businesses and pre-empting problems that may arise. Be able to propose appropriate solutions.
  • Find creative ways to report on and present information to the business.
  • Identifying and rectifying system deficiencies and internal control weaknesses.
  • Maintaining an in-depth understanding of the technical environment in which RA operate.
  • Evaluate and utilise internal and industry control frameworks to ensure that a broad, relevant set of controls exist as a basis for application.
  • Contextualise existing cultural, political and competency norms within the organisation to develop appropriate operational practices in a standardized manner.
  • Build and utilise contacts to optimise performance, overcoming data, skills and priority constraints.
  • Establishing the most effective and efficient performance processes for operational performance within the organisation’s operating environments.
  • Ensuring that seamless and efficient integration of controls into a standardized technology environment exists within RA Group domains.

 

Title of the Position:

Coordinator – Tender/ Marketing and Communications

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg North

Salary:

Market Related

Minimum Requirements:

Grade 12. Marketing or Business Administration/Communications Advanced Diploma and/or Degree. 3 – 5 Years relevant experience in a similar role. Knowledge of an IT/Technical Industry will be beneficial. Incumbent must posses a driver’s license and a fully functional, roadworthy motor vehicle.

Key Responsibilities:

  • To contribute to the achievement of all marketing and communications corporate objectives.
  • Preparation and coordination of all activities for tender administration, process and submissions.
  • Assist Customer Relationship Department with all customer related reports and presentations to ensure information supplied conforms to a single standard and is of high quality.

Tender/RFP Facilitation:-

  • Ensure that tenders and business proposals meet all relevant specifications and are compliant with client requirements.
  • Facilitate and ensure accuracy of information from relevant stakeholders relating to the Refer to Proposal and or all tender processes.
  • Responsible for the required formatting of information required for the Refer to Proposal and tender process.
  • Develop good working relationships with all company departments.
  • Scheduling of necessary meetings with stakeholders in information gathering.
  • Maintain confidentiality at all times.
  • Ability to create professional documentation to a very high standard with particular focus on accuracy and care.
  • Monitor tender/RFP performance via control systems.
  • Provide support and administration function relating to all projects regarding communication and or marketing objectives.
  • Support all branch and Head Office activities regarding communication and marketing objectives.

Communication and Marketing:-

  • Effectively coordinate the development, design, approval and distribution of all marketing material.
  • Champion the company brand identity.
  • Responsible for designing power point presentations for customer presentations.
  • Coordinate, prepare and check and confirm all internal and external communication relating to marketing.
  • Provide necessary support in all Public Relations campaigns, exhibitions.
  • Provide communication to all media partnerships.

Health and Safety:-

  • Ensure compliance to all Health and Safety standards; for both the company and their Customers.


 

Title of the Position:

Call Centre Agent: Guest Services Admin

Equity Requirement:

PWD – Persons’ with Disabilities.

Location:

East Rand

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose

To retain customers in order to maximise and protect the organisation’s greatest asset – its customers.

Attributes:

  • Following instructions and procedures.
  • Adhering to principles and values.
  • Delivering results and meeting customer expectations.
  • Coping with pressures and setbacks.
  • Adapting and responding to change.
  • Deciding and initiating action.
  • Analysing.
  • Communication skills (good verbal, written and listening).
  • Sales skills.
  • Team Player.
  • Attention to detail.

Knowledge:

  • The Company product knowledge.
  • Knowledge of Company’ terms & conditions.
  • Geographical knowledge of South Africa.

Minimum Requirements:

Matric / NQF level 3. Minimum 3 years’ call centre experience. 2 years’ sales experience and principles an added advantage. Knowledge of the aviation industry would be an advantage.

Key Responsibilities:

  • To retain customers in order to maximise and protect the organisation’s greatest asset – its customers.
  • Respond to all kind of medial, rebate and tax invoice queries effectively and efficiently as per terms & conditions.

 

Title of the Position:

Senior Medical Officer / Regional Physician: ECHO Trial

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Hillbrow

Salary:

Market Related

Background:

ECHO is a multi-center, open-label, randomised clinical trial that aims to compare HIV incidence and contraceptive benefits in women using Depot Medroxyprogesterone Acetate (DMPA), levonorgestrel (LNG) Implants and copper intrauterine devices (IUDs). The trial will commence in Quarter 3 of 2015, and aims to enrol 7800 women across 12 trial sites in South Africa (SA), Kenya, Zambia and Swaziland. Nine of these 12 sites will be in SA (in Durban, Ladysmith, Pietermaritzburg, Johannesburg, Klerksdorp and Cape Town, and) with a total projected in-country enrollment of 5673 participants (~400-800 per site).

Core purpose of the Job:

We are seeking a Regional Physician / Senior Medical Officer who is an innovative thinker, with strong leadership qualities to lead development and implementation of efficient technical strategies within the ECHO trial. To participate in the formulation of the technical strategy in line with the study, organisational objectives and to oversee the technical and training support direction relating to all SA ECHO sites.

Attributes:

  • Good verbal and written communication skills.
  • Good interpersonal relationships.
  • Strong work ethic – good time management, self-management.
  • Presentations skills.
  • Clinical research.
Knowledge:
  • FCOG (SA) or Gynaecologist / reproductive health specialist.
  • Working in family planning in multiple African countries.
  • Good Clinical Practice and Human Subjects Protection certification.

Minimum Requirements:

MBBCh degree or equivalent. Must be Registered to the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA). Minimum of 5 year’s experience (3 year’s post community service). Experienced, practicing medical officer (MD) with extensive and recent hands-on experience and expertise in supervision and provision of study contraceptive methods (specifically IUDs and Jadelle implants). Extensive experience in IUD and implant training, and ability to support training of providers in the Southern Africa region in provision of various contraceptive methods. Where additional training is needed, this will be provided*

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the development of training materials for the contraceptive methods used in ECHO.
  • Assist in the design, finalization and bi-annual review and update of the contraceptive training manual for ECHO.
  • Assist in the review of site specific standard operating procedures related to clinical and contraceptive management of participants in ECHO.
  • Provide theoretical and practical education and training to site master trainers and clinicians from each of the participating trial sites on administration of Depo Provera, insertion and removal of Copper IUDs and Jadelle implants.
  • Conduct proficiency assessments of contraceptive providers (i.e., clinicians and nurses) at all ECHO trial sites on a semi-annual basis.
  • Provide refresher training on Copper IUD and Jadelle implant technique to sites within southern Africa, as needed on inclusion of new investigators / contraceptive providers.
  • Work closely with ECHO East African collaborators to ensure standardization of practice across all ECHO sites.
  • Assist in the development of contraceptive tools for sites to use during implementation of ECHO.
  • Provide ongoing support for the provision of all contraceptives to trial participants through ECHO trial clinics within the East and Southern Africa region.
  • Provide instruction and guidance regarding care and case management assessment for all contraceptive related issues/questions raised by sites.
  • Be available to study clinicians / investigators on email and telephone for discussion of urgent matters related to contraceptive management issues and adverse event (AE) or serious adverse event (SAE) Management.
  • Respond to site contraceptive questions on a daily basis within a pre-defined timeline.
  • Communicate with the ECHO Contraceptive Committee Co-chairs on a daily to weekly basis to discuss contraceptive issues as they arise.
  • Attend weekly / biweekly teleconference calls of the ECHO Contraceptive / Safety Committee and Protocol Implementation Committee.
  • Liaise with University of Washington safety monitor on adverse event and SAE reporting.
  • Travel within southern Africa, as needed, for retraining of study teams.
  • Participate as a contributing member of other ECHO committees and calls, as needed.
  • Take lead in designing and executing a process to document quality of contraceptive counseling across all the sites in both the East and Southern African ECHO sites. Provide timely feedback to the Contraceptive / Safety Committee on contraceptive counseling process evaluations.
  • Provide post training supervision in collaboration with site team and oversee documentation of these findings.
  • Participate in regularly scheduled ECHO site contraceptive monitoring visits as needed.
  • Initiate, maintain and strengthen referral systems nationally via direct interaction with local service providers.
  • Assist in the establishment of Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) as required by the ECHO study protocol/s with local service providers for management of participants where scope falls beyond the capacity of ECHO sites.

 

Title of the Position:

Production Pharmacist

Equity Requirement:

Open to Race - preferably Male

Location:

Midrand

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose

Supervision of Manufacture and Packaging of Pharmaceutical / Veterinary Products and Forensic duties.

Minimum Requirements:

Matric essential. Relevant qualification within the industry. Require at least 2 years manufacturing experience in solids and liquids (solids is a must).

Key Responsibilities:

Planning:

  • Ensure familiarity with daily with daily production plan to:
  • Sequence of products to be manufactured/ packaged.
  • Set up times.
  • Run time.
  • Proposed start and finish time.
  • Attend daily planning meeting and /or feedback daily to Planning.
  • Inform Team Leader, production technicians / process controller of change.

Manufacture:

  • Supervise and counter check weighing of raw materials for pharmaceutical and veterinary products
  • Supervise manufacture of all products in his section of manufacturing dept. ensuring that procedures are adhered to and that the addition of raw materials to product mixes is endorsed.
  • Reconcile batch sheets and monitor yields, efficiencies and utilization, always striving for higher standards, reporting deviations and suggesting plans of action for improvements.

Packaging:

  • Packaging Run – Before Start Up:
  • Ensure that online packaging board reflects accurately the information required re the product online i.e Product, Batch No, Order No, Quantity, Quantity/Hour, Hours/batch and that the daily packaging chart accurately reflects the times achieved.
  • Ensure that when the technician is called to set up the line that all the required signatures on the Packaging Order for component approval have been obtained. (Pharmacist, Team Leader).
  • During Run:
  • Ensure that the packaging components for the next product online are available in the Packaging preparation area and that cartons / labels where applicable have been batched overprinted.
  • Ensure that the team leader is carrying out the online checks as per the procedure.
  • Carry out checks and sign the control chart.
  • Assist Team Leader to find technical assistance if problems occur.
  • Report unscheduled long delays (over 15 minutes) to Packaging Manager as they occur.
  • After:
  • Complete the reconciliation of the Packaging Order accurately – date/time and sign (no scratching out, no tippex).
  • Give completed P.O to Material coordinator.
  • Ensure components for next Product are brought to line after clean up.
  • Furnish a written run profile for each Packaging Order, time Materials, waste, delays and rework.
  • Signing Powers:
  • Sign for lab / carton batch overprint samples.
  • Sign for correctness of Packaging Material.
  • Sign Packaging Reconciliation.
  • Sign for Documentation alteration.

General:

  • Ensure up to date transaction on computer system regarding all aspects of the manufacture.
  • Ensure adherence to GMP principles, MCC and Corporate requirements.
  • Conduct a monthly departmental GMP inspection.
  • Initiate action on observed or potential infringements.
  • Ensure adherence to cleaning and validation procedures and the maintaining of equipment log books.
  • Control timeous checking / calibration of all equipment requiring such control and the maintaining of record.
  • Shall be responsible for the safety of employees in the department, giving active backing to the company’s Health, Safety and Environmental policy.

More Specifically:

  • Fully acquainting employees with the company’s health, safety and environmental policies.
  • Securing compliance with safety and environmental guidelines and procedure.
  • Conducting off self audits as a follow up to hazardous occurrences, environmental impacts, and unsafe acts / conditions and taking preventative measures.
  • Attending health and safety as well as environmental meetings on a regular basis and having regard for health, safety and environmental as a topic, when dealing with operational issues.
  • That individual levels of safety performance be regarded as an important factor when evaluating an employee’s overall performance.
  • Testing and evaluating of working clothes, protective clothing, equipment and means of protection.
  • Assist in updating all procedures pertaining to manufacturing and packaging.
  • Maintain an attendance register and monitor all leave and time keeping and take corrective action if necessary.
  • Assist in updating all procedures pertaining to manufacturing.
  • Maintain an attendance register and monitor all leave and time keeping and take corrective action if necessary.
  • Train and motivate new and existing employees. This includes appraisals, development and discipline.
  • Conduct a monthly departmental meeting.
  • Maintain a good relationship with all other departments and divisions.
  • Assist with Schedule 6 receipts/order when required.
  • Assist in trouble shooting/problem solving.
  • Assist in compiling of monthly reports.
  • Maintain security in manufacturing area by restricting access to certain areas and temper sealing products.
  • Communicate with Manager on a daily basis.
  • Perform any other reasonable task as requested from time to time.

 

 

Title of the Position:

TEMPS! TEMPS! TEMPS!

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Various

Salary:

Negotiable

Minimum Requirements:

Calling all temps with 3-4 years corporate experience. Register your CV now for exciting opportunities at blue chip companies. Matric is essential.

Key Responsibilities:

Huge Demand for Secretarial, reception, debtors, creditors, bookkeeping, payroll and customer service.